Deploy Serverless Golang Functions with Netlify. Write and deploy Golang Lambda Functions to your GatsbyJS site on Netlify. You'll learn: The basics of Go development in the context of Lambda functions; Deploying Go functions as part of a GatsbyJS site hosted on Netlify; Interacting with and monitoring deployed Go functions.
The race to monetize static-site hype was over before it began — if you're a JAMStack developer, you're a Netlify customer. Surprisingly, the outcome of this unintentional vendor lock-in has been working out pretty well. JAMStack's paradigm of webhook-driven actions rewrites the narrative of static sites as dynamic entities. By either luck or foresight, Netlify is comfortably positioned to provide a home for static-sites as the only cloud host to focus solely on this model of development by providing features, like serverless functions.
This tutorial assumes you have a basic understanding of Golang and GatsbyJS —this post is not a tutorial about learning Go from scratch. We will cover:
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